The Morning Heat Pack 04/27/2020

Good Morning and happy Monday!

Here are some stories you may have missed from a busy weekend.

New York State

While recent weeks have shown evidence that New York State has successfully slown the spread of COVID-19, the state remains the epicenter for the pandemic in the U.S.

Siena Poll Finds Cuomo’s Rating Higher than Ever amid COVID-19 Response

New York’s Unbeatable Spirit on Display

Governor Cuomo Outlines Plan to Reopen State

State Sen. James Skoufis Tests Positive for COVID-19

Governor Cuomo Warns of $8.2 Billion in Cuts to Localities

Nearly Half of NYC Residents Know Someone Who Has Died from COVID-19

Governor Cuomo Doubles Down on Calls for Nursing Homes to Admit COVID-19 Patients

Sports

For arguably the first time since the NBA announced its decision to suspend the 2020 season, the sports world had a busy weekend. While the NFL Draft soaked up most of the headlines, talk of leagues reopening has increased as some states and countries relax COVID-19 related restrictions.

NFL Draft Awards

Goodell Says NFL to Incorporate Digital Elements in Future Drafts

NBA to Allow Teams to Reopen Practice Facilities Where Allowed

German Soccer League Likely to be First Major Sports League to Restart

Jordan Still Hates the “Bad Boy” Pistons

Offensive Weapon Taysom Hill Returns to Saints on New $21M Deal

Report: Jameis Winston to Take Less to Sign with Saints

Jay Cutler and Wife Kristen Cavallari to Divorce

Entertainment

While many studios have shut down, or slowed productions in recent weeks, the entertainment world still made some news.

Tom Hanks Donating Blood to Help Find COVID-19 Cure

Brad Pitt Plays Dr. Fauci in SNL Cold Open

Mandalorian Season 3 Already in the Works

Best Reality TV Character Bracket

News

North Korea Media Provides Letter from Kim Jong Un as Proof of Life

More States Ease Restrictions as Calls to Reopen Increase

President Trump’s Statements about Disinfectant Lead to Questions on his Mental Health

Hasbro Making COVID-19 Face Shields

South Korea Denies Reports Kim Jung Un has Died

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